RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Traveling down a road of unending pathways,
subconsciously selecting ones least traveled
Preferring to see natural wonder and beauty,
compared to monstrosities man has blindly made.
Tenderly alighting on a soaring mind, traveling
throughout networks of imagination's doing.
Rolling along narrow roadways, living in future
crevices and belief, one with God's universe -
nothing to mar our way.
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